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these slacker mandates are driving up healthcare cost. hi, everybody. are they right? i'm bo eric bolling in for dave bahoric -- in for david asman. let's get rid of the slacker mandate. >> this is a slacker mandate. no legislation or reconciliation here. it's president obama saying you know what? we are going to take people in the center of their career and tell them to feed off mom and dad. this is a horrible precedent. >> lizzy, good idea? >> i have no problem with this. what we are talk about the people, kids graduating from college with six-figure tuition loans they have to pay back. a study in new jersey found 6% of kids on the insurance coverage went to the merge room. that was over two-year span. the kids have money to pay back. this is not a mandate. you have to buy catastrophic coverage for the kids, also talked about, that is insurance in name only. it wouldn't even possibly cover an emergency room visit. you may not get stitches in the emergency room. you could get one doctor visit. they're lucky to get one aspirin covered on the catastrophic unsurance they want to sell to th
colby. >> eric: and i'm eric sean, explosions went off one after another for nearly a half-hour. and, across the city of kandahar. and kandahar, as you may know is a taliban strong hold, and, locals say they have the run of the place, and it is also ground zero for a major nato offensive that is scheduled tor later this year. the control of -- does control of kandahar mean control of afghanistan and is nato up to it, we are joined by john bolton, former ambassador to the u.n. and also a fox news contributor. ambassador, good morning. >> good morning. >> eric: hamid karzai calls the attackers enemies of islam and afghanistan and what is this message. >> i think it is interesting the taliban were issuing press releases, as well as conducting the bombings, basically, saying that their ability to carry out these terrorist attacks show they can go anywhere, any time, and -- in kandahar province and they are more than ready for this -- the promised nato attack and i think it will be an extraordinarily important campaign for nato, for the united states, in particular. i think victory there,
today. and good morning to you, and thanks for being with us, i'm jamie colby. >> eric: i'm eric sean, insurgent groups warning people if they vote, they risk, quote the anger of allah and there are 325 seats and will it help get our troops out of iraq by the end of next year, ma lani wilkes is live in baghdad, how was the turnout. >> reporter: the polls closed an hour ago and we understand they are starting to count the ballots. now, some of the violence this morning, there was a concern, it may have suppressed voter turnout and the election commission went on the air and urged voters to come out, saying there is time to vote and the violence seemed to level off in the afternoon. and i just spoke with general steven lam and he said after 12:00 the voting dropped off sharply and the blasts we heard were explosives stuffed in to water bottles and saw 50 or 60 of them and they went off and created a sound but didn't have any physical effect and didn't hurt anybody. now, those who did show up to the polls, saw wide perimeters and tight security. >> multiple pat-down searches beginning se
? we have momentum when it comes to investing. let's bring into the conversation eric ross with watch harbor assets and eric marshall, director of research with hodges capital research and my special host for the next two hours rudy giuliani and meanwhile, right over to jane wells who has breaking news on google. what do you know, jane? >> maria, we have a official statement from david drummond, the chief legal officer of google talking about how in fact, if you try to access google's chinese website, you will be redirected to the hong kong website saying we are offering uncensored search in mainland china delivered via the servers and now because there is so much traffic on the hong kong servers maybe there is a slowness of service, until they can acclimate themselves to that. they say it has been a difficult decision, and we believe that providing this new uncensored search is essential to the services we offer, and it will be meaningful for people in china and they will continue to do r&d work in china and maintain a sales force there, but the size of the sales team will be partial
. >> turns out someone did. eric massa's naval colleagues go on the record. they claim massa groped, harassed, and made unwanted advances during his time in the service. we'll talk to the man who broke the story, josh green of "the atlantic." >>> spending time with realtimes bill maher. we'll talk massa, tickle fights, and a sex term that bill maher has never heard of. >> i've never heard this term, snorkeling. tell me what snorkeling is. it does sound dirty. >>> plus, the continued crumbling of eric massa's media tour. the more he tries to set the record straight, the less straight it gets. >> i groped a male staffer. yeah, i did! not only did i grope him, i tickled him until he couldn't breathe and then four guys jumped on top of me. >> all the news and commentary now on "countdown"! >>> good evening from new york. i'm lawrence o'donnell in for keith olbermann. one week from tomorrow is the deadline president obama set for the house to pass the senate health care bill and send it to him for his signature. today, president obama flew to missouri to press his case for exactly that, and it wil
house reacts to this criticism. >> thanks for joining us. >> thank you. >>> coming up, it's the eric massa mass or is it the eric massa mess? it got a whole lot messier. some of his navy shipmates speak out and they say it happened years ago. so everyone can get their fair share of funding. we can't move forward until you mail it back. 2010 census. a local woman is totally psyched for flip-flop weather. twitter confirms. [ male announcer ] introducing the backflip from at&t. breaking the news that's important to you. ♪ a late-breaking e-mail and wall post -- an area man has decided not to attend the paintball trip. [ male announcer ] introducing the backflip. facebook, twitter, text, and more streaming on a single screen. only on at&t. streaming on a single screen. nature knows just how much water vegetables need. so, to turn those vegetables into campbell's condensed soup, we don't boil it down, our chefs just add less water from the start. ♪ so many, many reasons ♪ it's so m'm! m'm! good! ♪ >>> now they're turning to maybe dan see more, best known as the former chief spokes
>> larry: tonight, eric massa is here. his first primetime interview since suddenly resigning from congress, admitting that he groped a staffer. he's called his leader in his own party a liar and the white house chief of staff the son of the devil's spawn. massa says he didn't jump. he was pushed out of office over his opposition to the health care bill. >> and i was set up for this from the very, very beginning. >> larry: plus, actress jessica biel and emile hirsch face the ultimate test. >> this is challenging, challenging. >> conquering the snow on thin ice and air next on "larry king live." good evening. you just heard some of what makes former congressman eric massa so controversial, and we welcome him to "larry king live." he's in new york. we're in los angeles. congressman, you've given three different reasons for your resignations. here's what white house press secretary robert gibbs had to say about that today. watch. >> on wednesday, he announced he would not seek re-election because of a health problem that he said was a recurrence of cancer. on thursday he said he wasn'
. >> so who did president obama's attorney-general, eric holder, higher? nine lawyers who represented or advocated for terrorist detainees. who are these government officials? eric holder will only name two. why the secrecy behind the other seven? whose values do they share? >> that is an advertisement released by keep america safe, liz cheney's organization, questioning the loyalty of justice department lawyers who in the past have represented terrorist suspects. this has triggered a response from conservative lawyers, including kenneth starr and a number of former bush administration attorneys, calling the tax on at the justice department lawyers shameful. what we know about this, nina? >> this is an article of faith in the legal profession and as it operates in our democracy, which is that lawyers represent unpopular causes. the former bush attorney general, michael mukasey, wrote an op-ed piece in "the wall street journal" this week decrying this attack. it is of very scary advertisement, it has gotten huge publicity. but let me give you an example -- everybody knows who these peo
ago, eric was a healthy 8-year-old from falls church. >> eric was a real fun kid. he was very imaginative. his drawings were incredible. >> he was a friend to all. he was a good kid. >> reporter: but in march of last year, eric had a stroke. he was diagnosed with a rare, often deadly neurological disorder. he was diagnosed with ald. >> it was devastating emotionally. you are standing there and you are numb and you wonder what hit you. >> reporter: as of now there is no cure but there is treatment and one of the most respected specialists happens to be in baltimore. >> once you are diagnosed with ald, everybody hears about dr. raymond. >> he gave us a lot of hope that, you know, that made that first dark weekend a little brighter. >> reporter: eric spent the next 15 weeks in a minnesota hospital but this story doesn't have a happy ending. eric died on october 25th. >> he passed away four hours shy of his ninth birthday. >> reporter: today eric's parents are fighting to raise awareness about the disorder that killed their oldest son. >> get in the box. >> reporter: but at the sa
you for joining us. >>> coming up, it's the eric mesa mass, or eric massa mess. it got a lot messier. some of the ex congressman's navy shipmates are speaking out. they said they were subjected to his unwanted advances years ago. we're going to get into it next. sometimes i have no choice but to eat heavy greasy food that's hard on my diet... and my digestive system. so i eat activia light every day. it helps me feel good and look good too! ♪ activia! home run! (announcer) he's sweet. even with one third less sugar than soda. kool-aid. delivering more smiles per gallon. >>> we know fellow democrat harold ford won't challenge gillebrand. now they're turning to maybe the chief spokesperson to paul bremer during when there was a coalition provisional authority overseeing iraq. the big question being, will huh his ties to the bush administration prove toxic to voters in 2010 or iraq holding elections now help him make a case they knew what they were doing. somewhere in america... the slightest breeze harbors immense power. the tallest buildings leave the lightest footprints. a fifty-to
attorney general eric holder and he also served on president obama's transition team. >> business worldwide in some way, shape or form always touches washington. it's one heck of a sports town. so yeah, those are things that are inextricably tied to who i am. does it affect what i do? probably. but hopefully affects it for the better. >> reporter: with the possible lockout on the horizon demorris smith has made it a priority to visit each team to help them understand the process. >> this was in one of the file drawers in our office and it slowly but surely i'm going through every drawer, every cabinet. >> reporter: why? >> a great deal of our history on what we have done internally to be a stronger union is there. the one thing i'm blessed about is gene was an incredible note taker. here on the back he'd clearly written out in longhand a speech that i don't know whether he gave or was going to give, but the most interesting part at the bottom is you see it in quotes, the nfl has always been willing to take a short loss for a long term gain. >> reporter: in the midst of negotiations or perha
. >>> and what did nancy pelosi know and when did she know it, about eric massa? new reports that the speaker had an earlier heads up, but did not blow the whistle on massa's bizarre behavior. mike pence, republican leader, joining us, coming up. >>> good day. i'm andrea mitchell in washington. and the recession has hit home in kansas city, missouri, nearly 30 schools now set to be shut down in an attempt to pull the district out of a $50 million hole. last night, the city's board of education approved the proposal despite protests from hundreds of angry parents. the superintendent of schools there said it was a hard but necessary decision. nbc's rehema ellis joins us from new york. this is not just kansas city. this is the most drastic case we've seen so far. this is a ripple effect we're seeing from the recession. what is going to happen to the students there and elsewhere across the country? >> andrea, without doubt, this is happening all across this country. you've got communities that just don't have the money and kansas city being one of them. you pointed out $50 million they're looking at
charges. >> it's pretty disgusting. >> eric spandorf is listed as a pastor and youth counselor. >> eric spandorf downloaded and tried to distribute porn. >> i thought reverends took an oath to protect kids. how did this happen? and he didn't have an answer for me. >> he wrote romantic nights at home and movies as his interests. really? was he referring to a night of porn? he was charged with 66 counts of possessing porn, multiple counts of trying to distribute it. law enforcement now asking neighbors to call police if they ever saw chdren in the home. >> anything like that is heinous, especially when it comes to children. >> the pastor in jail tonight on $500,000 bond. >> cops say on the dvds they found little boys as young as six and as old as 14 put into horribly degrading situations. sadly the price of this child porn varied as, quote, collectors would pay more for the children they liked. >> it could be anything from $5 to 1,000. what am i willing to pay? >> good evening. i'm nancy grace. i want to thank you for being with us. breaking news tonight. in the ongoing investigation surr
. >>> coming up, it's the eric mesa mass, or eric massa mess. some of the ex congressman's navy shipmates are speaking out. they said they were subjected to his unwanted advances years ago. we're going to get into it next. sea salts vary in color and taste. one tops them all. adding it helps us use less salt than before in campbell's tomato soup while keeping the famous flavor. ♪ so many, many reasons ♪ it's so m'm! m'm! good! ♪ oh, just come snuggle with momma! missing something? now at sears optical, get 2 pairs of glasses for $99.99. with bifocals just $25 more per pair. sears optical. don't miss a thing. >>> we know fellow democrat harold ford won't challenge gillebrand. now they're turning to maybe the chief spokesperson to paul bremer during when there was a coalition provisional authority overseeing iraq. the big question being, will huh his ties to the bush administration prove toxic to voters in 2010 or iraq holding elections now help him make a case they knew what they were doing. absolutely! where's the music? ♪ i have a lot of stuffiness at night. allergies. i was just
department backfiring? surprising defense of attorney general eric holder by a conservative icon, former clinton prosecutor, kenneth star, coming to obama's defense. >> lawyers who did that with respect to the detainees were acting in these very fine traditions. they knew it was going to be controversial, but they deserve comen comendation. they do not deserve criticism at all. >> good day. i'm andrea mitchell in washington. the president is finally on fire. is it too late, though, to save health reform? arlen specter was in the crowd at the president's big rally yesterday and joins us today. senator, thank you very much. is this the obama you've been waiting to see? >> it is the president obama as a campaigner. his speech yesterday was very fiery. and when you're facing obstructionism, a party that says no, no, no, all 40 republicans in the senate, 176 out of 177 in the house said no, you have to fight fire with fire. and i think the momentum is building to pass comprehensive health care reform. >> right now the president is going after the insurers, referring to it as health insurance
the underwear bomber but for 50 minutes. here's eric holder. we seven officials that represented al-qaeda guys if gitmo they work for obama sarah palin is smarter than this >> pendulum is starting to swing. it is about to happen. we are going to be looking for people who share our values. >> who did president obama's attorney general eric holder hire? nine lawyers who represented or advocated for terrorist detainees. who are these government officials? eric holder would only name two. why the secrecy behind the other seven? who is whose values did they share? teller rick holder, americans have a right to know the identity of the al-qaeda seven. >> sean: liz cheney's group. i want to know who they can are. >> you can know or not know. what is all this music and dramatic footage like somehow these people are out to undermine america. we have americans values one is that everyone is entitled to a defense and no one presumed guilty. >> sean: if you are going to work in ourgist tim -- justice department, you represented al-qaeda, i want to know how are. >> if what they are doing is so great and she
. >> that this house minority whip eric cantor of virginia. he is complaining about a fund- raising pitch that tim kaine, the democratic chairman, made to raise money, eric cantor says he is trying to make capital out of isolated incidents of violence. but there have been threats of violence to democratic officers around the country, racial slurs, including against john lewis, a civil-rights hero. we have been here before, colby. >> not quite like this. last weekend, there was somebody on capitol hill with the tea party who had a sign that said "if brown cannot stop this, a brown can," brown referring to scott brown of massachusetts and to the automatic weapon. there is nothing funny about this. and nobody objected to that sign in that group. that is inflammatory. it is threatening. where is the denunciation? you hear the same thing -- meers of the house, republicans, standing on the balcony, egging on people out there who carry signs like that. >> this reminds me of a period in the early 1990's where there was a lot with the abortion movement, and you had oklahoma city, and he did not hear much a
. the ticklish tale of eric massa. our journalists separating rumors from reality? and why are all these publications suddenly o obsessed with rahm emanuel. >>> letterman avoids a messy trial as his blackmailer pleads guilty. >>> hollywood break-up. a film maker sues variety over a bad review. >>> the case of eric massa was already odd, one minute he was quoting congress because he had cancer, then because of the health care bill. no wonder the pundits range from amazed to appalled. >> the controversy involving congressman massa is getting really strange. >> i know, this gets weird. >> i'm not saying he's fireman calendar on the refrigerator gay. >> and how could journalists not get themselves in. calling a chief of staff the son of the devil's spawn in describing this scene -- that turned out to be a mere tune-up for one of the strangest hours in television history. glenn beck trying to get the liberal lawmaker to respond to allegations of sexual harassment and dish dirt on the administration. >> you say this. somebody says, i groped male staffers, female staffers. you know, i was
. i'll call him eric. every time i hold up a book on the show people buy it and i don't want to help him get rich. he wrote a book and i'll call it eric's book. it sold eight copies nationwide. not necessarily the book. but the agenda in it, because it's happening everywhere. it's propaganda. he has a book and a video out that are propaganda pieces. i tell you, they would make joseph goebbels proud. it's dedicated to the twisting of youth in america. and twisting them to not good citizens but progressive zombies. watch this! >> a new generation. >> new generation -- >> is coming to power. >> glenn: this is the generation he likes to call "we." born between 1978-2000. he is aggressively trying to mold 95 million young minds into a massive collective, progressive voting block. it would fundamentally transform america. watch. >> we are more globally oriented. >> we're more ethnically diverse. >> more technological advanced. >> better educated. >> less politically partisan. >> the first generation in american history to inhert a nation -- >> in decline. >> glenn: wow. more globally orien
on pornography charges. >> it's pretty disgusting. >> eric spandorf is listed as an associate pastor and a youth crisis counselor. >> it's unbelievable. >> police say 43-year-old pastor eric spandorf downloaded and tried to distribute porn. >> i asked him when i learned that he was a reverend, i said i thought reverends took an oath to protect those who can't protect themselves. i go how does this happen? and he had no answer for me. >> on pastor spandorf's personal web page, he lists romantic evenings and watching movies as his interests. really? was he referring to an evening of watching porn? police arrested pastor spandorf and charged him with 66 counts of possessing porn and multiple counts of trying to distribute it. law enforcement now asking neighbors to call police if they ever sawhildren inhe home. >> anything like that is heinous, especially when it cometo cldren. >> the pastor in jail tonight on half a million dollars bond. >> cops say on the dvds, they found little boys as young as 6 and as old as 14 put into horribly degrading situations. sadly, the price of this child porn varied
. >> jon: the voice of former democratic congressman eric massa there, suggesting he was being forced out of congress as part after setup involving the white house. the drama played out in salacious headlines and television interviews. allegations that mr. massa sexually harassed male aides. the house ethics committee investigation began and the congressman tried to explain it all to glen beck. >> i am at fault. i own it, nobody forced me. i made the decision. >> did you do it, did you ever, did you ever touch anybody sexually. >> no. >> or grope anybody sexually. >> no, no, no. >> okay. >> i did nothing sexual. i did things that were wrong. i should not have allowed myself to be that way with my staff. >> got it. you did nothing criminal. >> no, no. >> okay. >> jon: well, following the many twists and turns and a whole bunch of nonanswers, beck ended the hour with this. >> america, i'm going to shoot straight with you. i think i've wasted your time. i think this is the first time i have wasted an hour of your time and i apologize for that because i think we could have spent a lot less ti
eric massa's explosive radio interview, is the outgoing democrat trying to settle some personal scores on his way out the door? allan combs on that, three minutes away. >> i will not go quietly into the evening, i will not be ashamed of my actions other than the fact that i used inappropriate verbal language, and i was set up for this from the very, very beginning. megyn: fox news alert, 1:13 in the east. we are back to the top story, the white house now weighing in on explosive allegations from new york congressman eric massa, calling them ridiculous. the new york congressman saying that democratic leadership is forcing him out of congress over his no vote on health care, massa says he would resign today, he said that last friday, now he is suggesting he may not. in an explosive radio interview he specifically targets white house chief of staff rahm emanuel, saying emanuel would, quote, sell his mother to get a vote and on the issue of democrats possibly using reconciliation, meaning just 51 votes instead of 60 in the senate, to force the health care bill through congress, take a list
gitmo detainees as her group al-qaeda 7 ad over the top. and should eric holder make the lawyer's records public, we'll debate and planning add-ones to the health care bill which could mean bad news for families struggling with college costs and mitch daniels what obama care could mean for cash strapped states. welcome to the journal, editorial report, i'm paul gigot. charges of mccarthyism are being leveled against former vice-president dick cheney's daughter liz in her campaign to identify attorneys who represented gitmo detainees, lawyers from both sides of the political spectrum came out to criticize cheney for this on line ad produced by her group, keep america safe. so who did president obama's attorney general eric holder hire? nine lawyers who represented or advocated for terrorists detainees. who are these government officials? eric holder will only name two. why the secrecy behind the other seven? whose do they share? tell eric holder, americans have a right to know the identity of the al-qaeda seven. >> paul: joining the panel this week, wall street journal columnist
he can get to meet his self-imposed deadline. how far will democrats go to exploit eric massa and make them somehow look good. we'll get into that one. now my interview with vice president biden on the white house's last big push to pass health care reform. here we are in the holy land mr. vice president. the president of the united states, your boss, has set a deadline for action on the health care bill. it is a deadline -- you are laughing but it is real. he wants this bill out of the house by the end of next week. >> so do i? >> how are you going to do it. >> i feel confident the speaker can get these votes. everybody talks about the extraordinary process. this bill passed the united states senate with 60 votes. >> yeah. >> 60 votes. to ask a majority of the members of the house to pass it and have that be extra judicial or extra legislative, this has been blown out of proportion. it will be reconciled. this so-called reconciliation process, only in washington is the world reconciliation mean war. >> so you're confident. what would be the adjective of going into the next we
world is watching. >> bill: and dennis miller on the controversial congressman eric massa who is also leading our body language segment tonight. >> now they are saying i groped a male staff. yeah, i did. >> bill: caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thank you for watching us tonight. did the "new york times" fabricate a story on page 1? that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. the headline today in the "times" reads conservatives split deeply over attacks on the justice department lawyers. the article saying that liz cheney's group, keep america safe, has alienated some on the right because the group is criticizing american lawyers who have defended captured terrorists. it is true that people like judge ken starr and groups like the federalist society have said there is nothing wrong with a lawyer defending a jihadist. and talking points agrees. best example is john adams who was a young lawyer defended a brit involved in the boston massacre, certainly an act of terror. but here is the kick
.c., the stories are hitting my hot buttons. >>> eric massa. i mean he's going down in flames and he's trying to take the democratic party with him. he just wrapped up a bizarre interview with the beckster. i'll rehappen it in just a few minutes. >>> and congressman dennis kucinich says he plans to vote against the president's health kay reform plan. i'll try to get him to say yes to covering 30 million more americans which the plan would do. >>> plus, president obama's ambitious new plan to stop foreclosures. that's all coming up on "the ed show." >>> but first, here's the story that's got me fired up tonight. congressman eric massa is going down in flames. i mean he tried to take the rest of the democratic party with him. but so far, i mean the only person he's sinking is himself. this story gets more insane by the minute. i mean i thought i knew this guy. i've interviewed this man dozens of times, on this program and on my radio show. but in just the past couple of days, hours, even minutes, i mean he's changed his tune and he's singing just a whole lot more crazier stuff. i mean he just g
for the democratic party of new york. >> pride of rochester, eric massa. chris should queue up "crazy train" instead of "whole lot of love." >> or "it's raining men." >> larry went there. >> my favorite part of the glenn beck interview is when massa talks about the wrestling going on in the navy. it's like caliglia. what is he talking about? >> let's get to the news, shall we. former congressman eric mass extra is admitting he groped a male staffer but says it was part of a tickle fight on his 505 50th birthday. he continues to drive the story with a series of conflicting and bizarre admissions. on fox news last night, while massa backtracked, he did manage to raise new questions about his behavior. >> can i just start off with something? >> sure. >> i wasn't forced out. i forced myself out. i failed. i didn't live up to my own codes. i own this. i take full and complete responsibility for my miss behavior, and goodness only knows what allegations they are going to throw at me. >> did you ever touch anybody sexually? >> no, no, no, no. and there's a big difference. >> there's a huge difference. >> n
at the head of google says smartphones are revolutionizing the internet. eric schmidt says mobile devices are going to win the battle with traditional computers, and he has a horse in that race. google's android platform is gaining ground among smartphones, and smartphones are gaining ground altogether. a new survey shows as of the end of january, almost 43 million americans owned smartphones. that's up almost 20% from the prior quarter. >> susie: when it comes to your investment strategy, do you think buy and hold is the way to go? tonight's "money file" has details on how it could work if you add one extra step. here's eric schurenberg, editor- in-chief at "cbs moneywatch". >> warren buffett is a buy and hold investor, who famously said that his favorite holding period is forever. but buy-and-hold is under attack these days as a trap for the naive. but come on, the far bigger trap is thinking that you can time the market. now, i admit, had you pulled out of the market in 2007 and got back in a year ago, you'd have done vastly better than buy-and- hold. and if you'd invented the iphone y
. >> that was representative eric cantor of virginia. he was complaining about tim kaine, at the democratic chairman, a fund-raising pitch. there have been racial slurs directed against john lewis, a hero of civil rights. we have been here before. >> but not quite like this. last weekend, there was somebody on capitol hill to tea party who saywho had a sign that said, "if brown cannot stop it, a brown can," route referring to senator brown of massachusetts and the automatic weapon. nobody objected to that side. -- sign. that is inflammatory. and where is the denunciation? members of the house, republicans stand on the balcony, pegging on the people out there who carry signs like that. >> this reminds me of the period in the early 1990's with there was a lot of frustration in the abortion movement. and that we -- then we had at oklahoma city. >> they are out there. >> i do not want to make much of this because nothing terrible has happened. but it makes me very worried, because the level of rhetoric since august, where there have been some of these meetings over the health care bill and members of congress a
faced foreclosure. and foreclosure filings actually increased 6 percent. eric bolling of the fox business network joins me now. eric, all right, it sounds great that they're going to help home own now -- homeowners now but what happened to the last plan? >> it doesn't sound great to everyone, certainly not great to the people who make the loans. remember the biggest problem we've had over the last 18-2 four-months is banks won't lend money, okay? so what's the administration done? they've thrown more money in the form of t.a.r.p., in the form of stimulus. megyn: here's money, you give it away. >> let's see if we throw a bunch of money out there, we'll loan it. banks said you know what, i'm not going to do it, we're going to hold it, earn interest on the money and make our balance sheet a lot more and -- lot better and never loaned it. if you throw it into the mix, you're a big bank that loans money out to homeowners, right, if your homeowner can now renegotiate that loan with you, you're not going to make that loan the next time, you're going to say forget it. megyn: nothing is r
share our values. >> so who did president obama's attorney general eric holder hire? nine lawyers who represented or advocated for terrorist detainees. who are these government officials? eric holder will only name two. why the secrecy behind the other seven. whose values do they share. teller rick holder americans have a right to know the identity of the al qaeda seven. >> what do you make of that? >> i like it. i think that's a prettifestive and -- >> what's the message? >> the message is, basically, are there people who don't support the military tribunal process formulating detainee policy inside the justice department. you've got the administration all over the map now on this issue. you've got holder saying one thing, you've got the white house -- >> do you think a person has played his role as a defense attorney for an accused terrorist, that that person is suspect? >> i think someone who has argued in court against military tribunals, if they're going to be formulating detainee policy within the justice department, then the justice administration should just come out and say t
, to eric fair. he is there to score. playing red hot right now. his 14th goal of the season. the caps let by one. in the second caps on defense. morrison tries to get it to carlson. the rangers take over. jose theodore, he was nominal. he would not allow anything to get into net there. theodore denies everybody. 30 saves for him. bruce boudreau does not like the giveaway on that. aleksandr semien to brooks like to eric balang. the capitals perfect at home right now. >> i thought he was great. i thought he was by far the best player. any time they were putting pressure on us jose would get it, stop it and not let a rebound go tonight. that is the key to his game. he is brimming with confidence. we hope he can keep it. it gives us a lot of options in goal. >> coach bruce boudreau talking about jose theodore. >>> the maryland terps played their season finale at uva. coach gary williams heard uva star landisberg would not play he knew they would respond with vengeance. the terps held on and win it. they win a share of the acc title for the first time since 2002. graves vazquez and the terps t
of america supreme court last month. eric rose was arrested yet and charged with killing james ball. ball was shot and killed february 20th while working overnight at the bank of america downtown. he tried to intervene in a dispute between two people. >>> we have new pictures tonight of the six suspects charged in the mushedder of a -- murder of towsend gas station owner. police arrested he is wife and two members of the murder for hire plot. >>> finally good news for the folks in north western baltimore county what has watt no water for five day. watermain break is fixed. david scott says the 36-inch main is back in work after cruise worked around the clock since march 6th. the city advices residents take precautions when they cut on their water for the first time. you are adviced to turn the water on and allow time for air to clear out of the water lines. cloudy or discolored water is normal. smelling chlorine is normal after a repair due to sanitation of the lines. this is not harmful. county officials have not determined if school will be back in class tomorrow. >>> all across the bal
the senior. graves vasquez and eric miorn. this year terps have been clicking on all cylinders. whether it's eric hayes stepping up to the plate. they've taken turns making plays. this will be their third and final ncaa appearance in four years. >> i want to go out with a bang. i want to do a real good job with this tournament for my team. i'm not worried about to be out of here, about to be over. i'm not emotional about it, anything like that. i'm just excited. >> it could be my last game. we are going to give it our all. it's not going to be tough to get up at all. >> eric hayes ready to roll. talking football now. university of florida had their pro day. that's when the players work out for nfl scouts and coaches. joe hayden likely secured a spot in the top ten of the nfl draft. how about tim tebow? he worked out and impressed scouts with a new and improved throwing motion. the heisman winning squareback has five team-specific workouts scheduled in the coming weeks. one of the teams the washington redskins. if he does come to d.c. he will be competing with another former gator. skins si
offense, including newly acquired eric blangier's first goal as a capital. but the star of the game was jose theodore. he had 30 saves, record as his first shutout since st. patrick's day of last year. they play dallas at verizon center monday tight. to basketball. the terps needed a win in charlottesville to clinch a share of the acc regular season crow and they did just that. graves vazquez scored 23 points and maryland held off a late rally to win it. the terps will be the number two seed in next week's acc tournament. closer to home in chinatown, georgetown hosting senatety. the hoyas got a much-needed spark with the return of guard austin freeman. freeman back in the lineup after missing the west virginia game while being diagnosed with diabetes. he scored 24 points as the hoyas rolled past the bear cats, 74-47. and the redskins made a move yesterday, signing former vikings offensive lineman arti t hicks. he'll compete for the starting guard spot. that's your "sports minute" on this sunday morning. i'm lindsay czarniak. have a great day. >>> i hope you enjoyed your sleep this m
country music with musician eric church. >> haven't decided how to spend your tax refund? i have five smart ways. host: could switching to geico really save you 15% or more on car insurance? host: does charlie daniels play a mean fiddle? ♪ fiddle music charlie: vo: geico. 15 minutes could save you 15% or more on car insurance. >>> welcome back on this tuesday. i'm wendy reer. >> i'm jim handly. our top story at 5:30, we begin this half hour with a woman charged for driving around st. mary's county with two children in the trunk of her car. >> the woman tonight we are hearing from that woman who reportedly had her own child and her niece in the trupg of her ford focus. police got a call about her driving around lekking ton park, maryland, sunday. they pulled her over on route 235 in hermanville road. pat collins has more on the charges now against this mother. >> reporter: this is melissa redmond. and her 12-year-old daughter kaelin. they both learned some pretty important lessons. it wasn't a smart thing do, was it? >> no, it was dumb. >> reporter: you will never do that again, will
at it naked in the congressional shower. >> eric says he was peacefully taking a shower in the white house gym, and here comes rahm emanuel stark naked. >> you guys are going to ruin my trip to the white house today. >> why he voted against the president's budget. that has a ring of authenticity. >> it does. that does. and you've got to give it to rahm. sam stein -- >> going for the vote. >> he's still whipping even without his clothes on. >> brings arm-twisting to a different level. >> all right. i have so many things i could say right now. i'm just going to -- >> there are things all of us could say. >> i think you ought to zip it. i think this is a good time to let me do the news. i've got the story. and you all simmer down. sam, back off. >> willie geist is in new york. >> and then there's willie, thank god. >> we're going to bring willie in on this, too. >> yes, please. yes. >> okay. >> willie. >> let's do the news, mika. >>> time for a look at some of today's top stories. we start with health care as democrats push ahead on a final health care vote. president obama is not only defending
say they cannot meet. as a number of democrats remain doubtful. one of the no-votes, democrat eric massa resigns but does not go quietly. iraq has elections and the turn-out is huge. dug-of-war over what is taught in public school. we begin our series on the texas textbook wars. dutch lawmaker calls for a complete haul to muslim integration to europe. all that plus the fox all-stars, "special report" starts right now. welcome to washington, i'm jim angle in for bret baier. despite missed deadlines in the past, president obama is drawing a figuretive line in the sand on healthcare reform, urging lawmakers to pass a bill in the next ten days. senior white house swore on the -- senior white house correspondent major garrett says not everyone thinks it's possible. >> get over the fence in the next two weeks. >> reporter: sounds like a deadline, right in president obama is pushing march 18 deadline for house vote on the healthcare bill. and tea parties protested outside the president's speech. fox learned the house and democrat leaders told the white house that deadline is unrealistic a
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